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Eric Shooter, founding chair of Department of Neurobiology, dies at 93 - Stanford Medical Center Report


Stanford Medical Center Report
Eric Shooter, PhD, professor emeritus of neurobiology at the Stanford University School of Medicine and founding chair of that department, died March 21. He was 93. Shooter was internationally acclaimed in the field for his work on the structure and ...

Physiology department ranked third in national fundraising | Daily ... - Daily Trojan Online


Daily Trojan Online
The department of physiology and biology at the USC Keck School of Medicine was recently ranked third in national researching funding, according to the Blue Ridge Institute. The National Institute of Health contributed $16 million last year. Photo ...

Biology without borders - Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences


Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
For centuries, people have looked at living things and wondered how they work, why they look the way they do, and how they adapt to changing environments. Yet despite the enormous strides made in understanding such developments with the advent of such ...

Structural Biology: Stanford University School of Medicine

Stanford, California - United States

The department was jointly founded over 35 years ago by Roger Kornberg and Lubert Stryer as the first of its kind in the United States, soon establishing itself as a world leader in the study of the molecular and structural basis of biology. The department is consistently ranked first among the nation's Structural Biology graduate programs. To obtain ins and outs information about the department, please feel free and pay a touch at the web site.

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Students, fellows, and faculty in the Department of Developmental Biology are working at the forefront of basic science research to understand the molecular mechanisms that generate and maintain diverse cell types in many different contexts, including the embryo, various adult organs, and the evolution of different species. Research groups use a wide array of cutting-edge approaches including genetics, genomics, computation, biochemistry, and adv

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Graduate students in the Department of Neurobiology obtain the Ph.D. degree through the interdepartmental Neurosciences Ph.D. program. Accepted students receive funding for tuition and a living stipend. Applicants should familiarize themselves with the research interests of the faculty and, if possible, indicate their preference on the application form which is submitted directly to the Neurosciences Program. Medical students also are encourag

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Information on the graduate programs.

University of Maryland School of Medicine
United States

The Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics has 32 full-time and secondary faculty members who oversee 20 graduate students and 19 post-doctoral fellows. Our interim department chair is Margaret M. McCarthy, PhD, Professor and Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, who took office on November 1, 2010. She replaced Dr. Edson Albuquerque, MD, PhD, who stepped down after 36 years of leading the department to assume the new role of Dir

University of Southern California School of Medicine
United States

Department of Physiology and Biophysics offers a program leading to a Ph.D. degree.

Meerkat - Dokkyo University School of Medicine
Japan

Skull photos from the Department of Anatomy.

Emory University School of Medicine Core Facilities
United States

Offering biopolymer synthesis, flow cytometry, imaging, cloning, sequencing and analysis services. Includes links to each laboratory, with prices and contacts in Atlanta, Georgia.

Department of Microbiology, New York University School of Medicine
United States

Announcements, course and training schedules, microbiology calendar and seminars, faculty information, pre and postdoctoral program details.

Wordeman Lab - University of Washington School of Medicine
United States

Studies the role of the centromere in chromosome segregation and the influence of microtubules on myofibril formation in muscle cells.

Bristol University - School Of Cellular And Molecular Medicine
United Kingdom

The mission of our school is both to teach students how to become successful scientists and to undertake world class research focused on turning science into medicine. We strive to ensure direct alignment of our teaching and research expertise, specialising in cancer biology, infection and immunity and regenerative medicine/stem cell biology. This alignment allows us to deliver teaching to our own science undergraduates, to science undergraduates